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Coral Growth/Tank Photos


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    litttlelondyn - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Default Coral Growth/Tank Photos (New Added!)

    Finally, here they are! Hope you enjoy. I don't have the BEST camera, or the most exotic coral, but I'm really starting to love the way the tank looks. That's all I need.


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    Now, now, now...a Diva is a female version of a HUSTLA.

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    Looks like things are growing in very nice!!!! Much different than the last set of pics!

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    Hahaha, love the little tiki man with the zoa hair! Is that a hermit crab in its mouth?

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    Love the clam, and I almost missed the Manderin that Duncan seems to have a little to much flow goin on
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    i like the tiki dude with zoas on his head lol!

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    litttlelondyn - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    HAHa, no that's not a hermit crab in the tiki! That would actually be my Bi-colored Blenny who decided to make that his little home, he is to funny! Thank you for the comments!
    Now, now, now...a Diva is a female version of a HUSTLA.

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    Dreamer - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Hun things look good everything is open and extended. Colors are good what lighting are you running and On the duncan that Miz mention if the duncans teckle are alway on one side of it he is right to much flow however if you just happen to take the picture when it was on that side but waves back and forth then is it fine. If it is getting to much flow just move the nozzle that is providing the flow a tad bit and it will your flow no need for a drastic change. Good Job!!

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    litttlelondyn - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    A few more pictures taken today and yesterday :
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    Dreamer - we use 3 250W Single End Metal Halides; 2 T5 54W Super Actinics; 2 Actinic PC 65W; 2 36" LED Moonlights
    Now, now, now...a Diva is a female version of a HUSTLA.

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    CableGuy - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Huge growth!!

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